28 February 2014

Three Asian brands are in the top 25 most admired companies in the world

The Fortune World's Most Admired Companies for 2014, a list of 50 brands, includes three from Asia: Singapore Airlines at no. 18, Samsung Electronics at no. 21 and Toyota Motors no. 25. 

Apple, Google and Amazon made the top three respectively. 

Other top rankers from Asia which made the top ten in specific industries, but not in the overall top 50 included:

Baosteel (China)
BHP Billiton (Australia)
Canon (Japan)
Cathay Pacific Airways (Hong Kong, China)
Flextronics (Singapore)
Fujitsu (Japan)
Honda (Japan)
Hyundai Heavy Industries (Korea) 
Hyundai Motors (Korea)
Japan Post Holdings (Japan)
JFE Holdings (Japan)
Komatsu (Japan) Lenovo Group (China)
LG Display (Korea)
LG Electronics (Korea)
Marubeni (Japan)
Mitsubishi (Japan), which is 2nd for trading
Mitsui (Japan), ranked 5th for trading
MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings (Japan), rated 9th for property insurance
Nippon Express (Japan)
Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal (Japan), ranked 2nd in metals
Noble Group (Hong Kong, China), ranked 4th in trading
Oil & Natural Gas (India), ranked 7th in the mining category
POSCO (Korea), ranked 6th in metals
Qantas (Australia)
Samsung C&T (Korea)
Sinochem Group (China), which tops the trading category
Suntory (Japan)
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (Taiwan, China)
Tata Steel (India)
Toyota Industries (Japan) for motor vehicle parts, and 
food production company Wilmar International (Singapore).

Read about how the list was compiled here.